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  • Jelaan
    Jelaan Posts: 815 Member
    joshchapo wrote: »
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    We made them!! They are delicious
    Gozleme
    Got recipe from “acpgee”
    We put ground fresh turkey, onions, peppers and cheese with Avacado dip
    And side of homemade chili (from dad)

    Thank you “acpgee” that was a great recipe

    This looked so good that I googled it and found a couple of recipes. This will be making an appearance in our house this week! Our a/c has been broken all summer but is being replaced today. It's been way too hot in here to cook, but I have a long list of things that I have been itching to make.
  • netitheyeti
    netitheyeti Posts: 539 Member
    I made pizza, it didn't necessarily come out pretty but it was tasty q9c7sk1nkhcc.png
  • Clive_1963
    Clive_1963 Posts: 52 Member
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    Stir Fry veg with 100g lean minced meat
  • BackwoodsDarlin
    BackwoodsDarlin Posts: 109 Member
    Seasoned Frog Legs over Tikka Masala CauliRice
    (CauliRice also has Bell Peppers and Onions)
    Servings 1
    18g Carbs - 5g Fiber = 13g Net Carbs
    277 Calories, 7g Fat, 34g Protein

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  • joshchapo
    joshchapo Posts: 186 Member
    donidaily wrote: »
    Picnic at home of deviled eggs, olives, snap peas, radishes, white bean & pesto dip, and pita chips. White wine spritz not pictured. Bad framing...I was mostly excited about the eggs.
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    That looks amazing!!
    How do you make your deviled egg mix?

    Curious for new recipe on deviled eggs
  • joshchapo
    joshchapo Posts: 186 Member
    Seasoned Frog Legs over Tikka Masala CauliRice
    (CauliRice also has Bell Peppers and Onions)
    Servings 1
    18g Carbs - 5g Fiber = 13g Net Carbs
    277 Calories, 7g Fat, 34g Protein

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    Yes!!! Another delicious looking plate!!
    I have yet to try frog legs.
    Been told they are good and those look super appetizing!
  • joshchapo
    joshchapo Posts: 186 Member
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    Tonite for the family I made
    Marinated turkey breast pieces (honey bourbon marinade)
    Jasmine rice and early June peas
    Quick + tasty 😋
  • BackwoodsDarlin
    BackwoodsDarlin Posts: 109 Member
    joshchapo wrote: »

    Yes!!! Another delicious looking plate!!
    I have yet to try frog legs.
    Been told they are good and those look super appetizing!

    Yeppers, they are super delicious and can take on almost any flavor... best part, the meat just falls off the bone, they're THAT tender! And super healthy

  • jodibeth5744
    jodibeth5744 Posts: 65 Member
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  • donidaily
    donidaily Posts: 751 Member
    joshchapo wrote: »
    That looks amazing!!
    How do you make your deviled egg mix?

    Curious for new recipe on deviled eggs

    Thanks! Actually it *was* a new recipe for me, this one with lime, mayo and chipotles in adobo. Delicious. https://www.nytimes.com/2020/07/01/dining/deviled-eggs-coronavirus.html

    (I usually make them old school with ketchup, mayo and curry powder and those are good too.)
  • slimgirljo15
    slimgirljo15 Posts: 269,193 Member
    Seasoned Frog Legs over Tikka Masala CauliRice
    (CauliRice also has Bell Peppers and Onions)
    Servings 1
    18g Carbs - 5g Fiber = 13g Net Carbs
    277 Calories, 7g Fat, 34g Protein

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    😳 you killed Kermit

    Kidding.. never tried frogs legs, they look moist.
  • BackwoodsDarlin
    BackwoodsDarlin Posts: 109 Member

    😳 you killed Kermit

    Kidding.. never tried frogs legs, they look moist.

    And his cousins too LOL o:)
    Seriously though... yes, they are very moist. The best thing is that they take on the flavor of most any seasoning and completely just fall off the bone, they're THAT tender. I actually seasoned those with "Pinto Bean Seasoning" by Fiesta ---- heaven!


  • psychod787
    psychod787 Posts: 4,088 Member

    😳 you killed Kermit

    Kidding.. never tried frogs legs, they look moist.

    And his cousins too LOL o:)
    Seriously though... yes, they are very moist. The best thing is that they take on the flavor of most any seasoning and completely just fall off the bone, they're THAT tender. I actually seasoned those with "Pinto Bean Seasoning" by Fiesta ---- heaven!


    Did you spotlight and gig them? A little country myself. I actually prefer "redneck refined." :D
  • tenazhsc
    tenazhsc Posts: 70 Member
    Vegetables, turkey sausage and egg white. Red beans and (because the weekend) I indulged in some french bread.
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    Total 680 calories (I consider this brunch) I only eat twice during the weekend.
    103 carbs, 14 fat, 9 protein, 14 fiber

    There is onion, bell pepper, cabbage, spinach and mushrooms in there.

    The omelet itself with no meat would be only 170 cals

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